Engineers

Maersk Line cargo ship unloading containers in Ports of Auckland New Zealand
Engineers, Innovation, Shipping, Technology

A look at the Triple E Class

For port operators, Maersk EEE vessels are proving a challenge having containers stacked 23 rows wide across the deck, whilst most existing ports are equipped with the current post-Panamax cranes with a 22-container row wide vessel reach.

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Energy, Engineers, Industrial journalism, Investment, Journalism, Renewables, Technology

April 2019 business work for clients

Here is a list of some of the business work including energy and technology writing and public relations, I have done for a variety of corporate and media clients worldwide. For more about my work and services ring me in the UK 01865 762710 or from outside the UK on […]

oil rig
Energy, Energy Focus, Engineers, Exploration and Production, Gas, Industrial journalism, Innovation, Investment, Oil, Pipelines, Technology

The rigs of the future

Colorado School of Mines suggests that by 2050, chemical industrial lasers could perhaps replace conventional drilling solutions.

Roustabouts
Energy, Engineers, Geoscience, Innovation, Rigzone

Drillers Turning to Big Data in the Hunt for Cheaper Oil

The industry is creating new business opportunities for IT, artificial intelligence, big data processing and analytics providers.

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Engineers, Innovation

SOME OF TODAY’S LEADING INNOVATORS UNDER 35

There have been many innovators in the past including such people as Marie Skłodowska Curie, Copernicus, Einstein, Rosalind Franklin etc. Some have innovated throughout their lives like Thomas Edison, Tim Berners-Lee and Leonardo da Vinci etc, whilst others have only been innovative for the first few years of their working […]